35 people from Ukraine moved into temporary accommodation centers over the past day

03/01/22 11:03

35 people from Ukraine moved into temporary accommodation centers over the past day

According to the Operational Headquarters, currently there are 126 foreign citizens there, including 44 children

Tiraspol, March 1. /Novosti Pridnestrovya/. Over the past 24 hours, 35 people moved into temporary accommodation centers for foreign citizens on the PMR territory. Among them are 16 children. Some of the guests left, continuing their journey. 

According to the PMR Ministry of Internal Affairs press center, currently, there are 126 foreign citizens there, including 44 children. 

• There are 60 adults and 35 children in Solnechny health center in Dnestrovsk; 

• There are 21 adults and 6 children in Metallurg health center in Rybnitsa;

• There are 1 adult and 3 children in Dnestrovsky Sad hotel in Dubossary;

• There are no guests in the hotel at the sports school (SDYUSHOR) in Kamenka.

468 people have used their opportunity for temporary accommodation since the opening of these centers: 326 adults and 142 children.

A hotline phone number when calling from abroad is +373 (533) 9-12-77.

163 applications have been received over the past 24 hours. 120 people were interested in admission regulations for foreigners to the PMR territory. The rest asked about the possibility of moving into temporary accommodation centers for foreign citizens. In total, 764 appeals have been received by the hotlines since the start of their work.

 

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